If you dropped the ball on gift buying this year or are just trying to save money, these last minute DIY Mother’s Days gifts are for you!
All moms love a homemade gift. The time and effort means so much more than the bunch of flowers you normally grab at the gas station.
The handmade gifts below are not only easy to make and really thoughtful, they are also super cute – they make great gifts for mom, grandma, birthdays, Christmas and any other gift giving occasion.
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Last Minute DIY Mother’s Day Gifts
Check out the homemade gift ideas below and then click on the link to go directly to all the instructions.
Many of these ideas can be made in under an hour with few supplies.
Bath Bombs With Lemon Zest from Shop with Me Mama
Who doesn’t love a good bath bomb?
If you love making these, consider making bath bombs to sell on Etsy.
These citrusy ones are easy to make and smell amazing.
Make sure to check out my list of Beauty Products To Sell Or Gift for more ideas.
Chalkboard Art Printable from Mission To Save
Print off this freebie and whack it in a nice frame for a quick and easy Mother’s Day Gift.
Rustic Wood Frame from Crafts By Amanda
If you don’t own an electronic cutting machine like a Cricut for this craft, you can look at a store like Dollar Tree for vinyl letter stickers.
Fingerprint Flower Tea Cup from A Plus Teaching Resources
These easy to make cups would make a great gift for grandparents or Mother’s Day. You can find plain white tea cups ateIkea, Dollar Stores or thrift stores.
#MomLife Mug (Free SVG File) from The Country Cottage Chic
You can download this free SVG file and use it on your Cricut and Silhouette machine to make anything from mugs, framed art or decorated notebooks.
Cupcake Flower Pots from Food Meanderings
These cute cupcake flower pots are the perfect Mother’s Day gifts for older kids to make on their own and little kids can do with Dad’s help.
Reusable Tea Bags from Happiest Camper
These reusable tea bags are great for the environment and they also make an adorable gift for the tea drinker in your life. Add them to a package of loose leaf tea and you have one awesome gift!
Initial Sharpie Dotted Cup from Organized 31
You have probably seen these Sharpie mugs on Pinterest but did you know that you can’t use regular Sharpies for this craft?If you want your gift recipient to be able to actually use your mug, make sure to check out these instructions from Organized 31.
DIY Serving Tray from Our Crafty Mom
This cute serving tray uses chalk transfers on a wood craft pallet to create a gorgeous rustic affect.
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